Speed Pitching with Literary Agents

North London Literary Festival offers you the unique opportunity to pitch your ideas for writing projects to London-based literary agents who will provide feedback there and then. This year we have invited agents from Aitken Alexander Associates and the Barbara Levy Literary Agency. Speed Pitching with Literary Agents will take place at 12:00 – 2nd Floor Mezzanine Quad at this year’s North London Literary Festival on the 16th March. In … Continue reading Speed Pitching with Literary Agents

16TH MARCH, 12pm: Victoria Salter

Victoria Salter is an assistant agent with her own client list currently working at the Barbara Levy Literary Agency. Victoria Salter will be at the North London Literary Festival as part of Speed Pitching with Literary Agents on the 16th of March at 12pm. In order to guarantee a seat for this event, please rsvp via Eventbrite. The North London Literary Festival is a free event and open … Continue reading 16TH MARCH, 12pm: Victoria Salter

16th March, 4.30pm: Robert Grant

Author and screenwriter based in London and very much into science fiction and fantasy. Short Film Coordinator and one of the core team behind the SCI-FI-LONDON film festival, and ‘the book guy’ at sci-fi-london.com. Has twice served on the jury of the Arthur C. Clarke Award, teaches science-fiction screenwriting at various schools and universities as well as at the London Screenwriters Festival and his book, … Continue reading 16th March, 4.30pm: Robert Grant

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Panel Discussion: Writing Beyond Genres and Borders

What does it mean to write beyond genres and borders? Writing is all about transcending barriers, bringing people together, building bridges of communication between people of different cultures, ethnicities, sexualities, ideologies. This is a panel about writing but it is also about making connections between writing and performing, writing and producing, and writing about immigration, about marginalized voices and the society of here and now. … Continue reading Panel Discussion: Writing Beyond Genres and Borders